Authored by Trinity Fister
Biographic Information
  • Position: XO / Navigation Officer on USS Chernov
  • Rank: Lieutenant Commander
  • Species: Vulcan
  • Weight: 75kg
  • Height: 180cm (5’11)
  • Age: 30
Actions Available

Character Biography

“How can I help?”

Name: S’t’Kal Pola T’Aria, DO
Meaning: Lady Resolute Life.
Gender: Female, she/her/hers
Birthplace: Voroth Sea, Raal Province, Vulcan
Birthdate: October 12th 2233
Marital Status: unwed, anulled via Kal-if-fee¹
Position: Executive Officer
Posting: USS Chernov

– Zhi’Rev, father
– T’Reni, mother (d.)
– Irené Dekun, step-mother,
– Isaac Dekun, step-brother
– Senet, elder brother (d.)
– Y’cha, elder sibling (d.)
– T’Lyra (Kawarda), twin (d.)
– Evoras, younger brother
– Tek’a, younger sister (d.)

MBTI & Enneagram: INTP, 05 - The Investigator
Analysis: deliberate and forthright, innately sceptical, objective, reserved in judgement, detached and isolated, down-to-earth, candid and obstinate, resilient but slow to trust, principled and heavily developed moral compass, intolerant, natural healer, oblivious, fierce lover and protector.
Fears: whales, intimacy and vulnerability.

Languages: Vulcan (F), Federation Standard (F), Romulan 1st Dialect (PF), Andorii (PF)

Medical History
— Allergic to animal dandruff, amoxicillin and lavender; persistent
— Numerous childhood abrasions, lacerations and contusions; resolved
— Fractured tibial shaft; resolved
— Fractured hip; resolved
— Mild scarring to the lumbar region; persistent

— Nasal Numbing Agent; once daily for nasal sensitivity.
— Antihistamine; once daily for allergic dermatitis (preventive, canine + feline allergy).

Mental History
T’Aria presents with exceptional intellect with an uncanny aptitude for biological sciences. Her conscientious, judicious disposition offers somewhat of an advantage in diagnostic processes while contributing to an overall lacking bedside manner. T’Aria is notably level-headed, but multiple accounts have suggested she has unresolved trauma that engendered a deep-set fear of intimacy and emotional commitment. Resolute in nature and decisive in authority, T’Aria is capable of equal guidance and leadership. However, her general disregard for sentiment may foster a divide than a union with her colleagues.

Stardate 2263.25


Raal Institute of Interspecies Studies
— Medical Aide Certification

Vulcan Medical Institute
— General Medicine, holistic emphasis
— Two years, then transferred to Starfleet Medical Academy

Starfleet Medical Academy
— Doctor of Osteopathy, Cardiology
— Surgical certification, thoracic

Starfleet Command School (Planetside)
— Command Training Program / Navigation

Basic History
2233 – Rovalat is born to T’Reni and Zhi’Rev in Raal Province, Vulcan.
2234 – Enlisted to her grandparents’ care, Rovalat is raised in a small coastal village.
2246 – Remanded to a disciplinary programme for highly emotional adolescents.
2248 – Completed the programme, slowly returned to society.
2250 – Enrolled in the Raal Institute for Interspecies Studies; 2-year Medical Aide studies.
2251 – Completed the Kahs-Wan Ritual, renamed T’Aria.
2252 – Graduated; embarked on a one-year survey with the Tu’Pari, served as a Medical Aide.
2253 – Elected to the Vulcan Medical Institute for general medicine upon recommendation by Major Sizhad and Captain Valkris.
2254 – Underwent pon farr, claimed the right to kal-if-fee and won. (She was her own champion.)
2255 – Participated in a student exchange programme with Starfleet Medical Academy.
2258 – Enlisted to the field as an Ensign, served aboard the USS Harbinger.
2259 – Transferred to the USS Chernov, Ensign.
2260 – Promoted Lt. JG and named CMO.
2261 – Promoted to Lt.
2261 – September, emergently transferred to the USS Portland.
2262 – For undisclosed reasons, T’Aria returns to Earth and begins command training.
2263 – Promoted Lt. Cmdr. upon completion, reassigned to USS Chernov as XO.

Detailed History
Early Life: T’Aria was born the second of identical twins – Rovalat and Kawarda – in Raal Province, Vulcan. Their mother was the executive officer of the Tu’Pari, while their father served as an intelligence operative for the V’Shar. Neither were present in the twins’ formative years.

Rovalat and Kawarda were raised in an environment that valued culture and education in equal measure. Like most Vulcans, their grandparents enlisted a hands-off parenting style that afforded them the liberty to develop a sense of self. But Rovalat was a particularly volatile child who desperately needed the structure and support her family could not offer. Rovalat’s grapple with logic and restraint subjected her to disciplinary action at school and home. Despite its disruption, Rovalat’s turbulence imparted a high aptitude for performing arts. She was a gifted dancer and budding pupil in the practice of Suus Mahna, pursuits that would later prove therapeutic and crucial on her path to logic.

Following an incident with a classmate, Rovalat was remanded to a strict disciplinary programme at a monastery under Master Radzhek. She spent thirteen rough months in their care. Rovalat was slow to trust the people around her, and she refused to fall in line with the others, fearing she would lose a piece of herself in the process. But it was either conform or risk exile. Tentatively, Rovalat fell into the process, but she never once followed it blindly. Meditation, philosophy, the arts… Rovalat slowly found a sense of self and, with it, a sense of control. She accepted that emotional purging was out-of-the-question but managed to acquiesce just enough to find a place worthy of Vulcan society.

Rovalat completed the remaining years of her education at home. She demonstrated a tendency toward biological sciences, excelling in organic chemistry and physiological studies. Though hampered by her internal struggle, Rovalat pursued specialised courses (similar to A-levels) with the Raal Institute of Interspecies Studies at fifteen.

Shortly after, Rovalat undertook Kahs-wan alongside her sister, Kawarda. Refused the right to enlist each others’ help, the twins were separated and sent to survive ten days in the Forge. Harsh conditions prevailed. On the fourth day, an electrical sandstorm consumed the land, threatening to claim the life of anyone caught in the midst. Instinct urged her to take shelter. But the sound of a scream erupting just around the bend demanded otherwise. Rovalat abandoned her instinct and pursued the victim. She found a boy hauling himself across the sand, his leg apparently broken and abdomen punctured by debris. Rovalat knew her aid would cost them both their rite – Kahs-wan was a ritual of survival – but she couldn’t bring herself to leave him. Against the wind, she scrambled over and pulled her arms under his armpits, with a dull “You can thank me later..”

Too weak to protest, she dragged him to a small notch in the rock, just large enough to shield them from the storm. Makeshift bandages born of tattered material and a splint consisting of fabric and a gnarled branch, Rovalat managed to stabilise his wounds. Without medical aid, there was no certainty he—Saros—would survive.

The storm lasted three days. Without food or water—beyond tiny rodents—to aid Saros’ healing, Rovalat couldn’t contribute more than intermittent wound checks and aid. His condition worsened. When the storm subsided, Rovalat elected to guide (or carry) Saros back to the compound. The journey was long and arduous, leaving them both drained and nearly defeated by the Vulcan desert. But she managed to keep Saros steady enough to relieve him into medical care.

Rovalat’s actions rejected the rules set for by the Kahs-wan ritual. But her sacrifice and attention to the needs of another proved she was ready for the step into adulthood.

At the foot of Mount Selaya, the matriarch of Rovalat’s house – the S’t’Kal Pola – bestowed new names on Rovalat and Kawarda. Rovalat was named T’Aria, “for [her] unyielding persistence to preserve life in relentless conditions.” Kawarda was named T’Lyra, “for [her] keen survival skills and command over the land.” Both were granted the rite of passage and joined their ancestral line as full members of Vulcan society.

Young Adulthood and Career: TBA


Culinary Arts – Vulcan (Voroth), Vegan
Martial Arts — Suus Mahna
Dance — Traditional, Ballroom

Recent Posts
Location Board When View
Sickbay - I Come Bearing Gifts (Tag MED) USS Chernov 22 hours, 48 minutes ago View
Sickbay – Preparing for intake of wounded, triage etc. USS Chernov 23 hours, 1 minute ago View
Engineering - The Belly of the Beast (Tag ENG) USS Chernov 1 week, 2 days ago View
Sickbay – Preparing for intake of wounded, triage etc. USS Chernov 1 week, 2 days ago View
Main SIM: Planetside tag security and Medical USS Chernov 1 week, 6 days ago View
Brig - Is It True What They Say About Redshirts? (Tag Valharra) USS Chernov 1 week, 6 days ago View
Engineering - The Belly of the Beast (Tag ENG) USS Chernov 1 week, 6 days ago View
Sickbay - I Come Bearing Gifts (Tag MED) USS Chernov 1 week, 6 days ago View
Taking a Break USS Chernov 2 weeks, 3 days ago View
Engineering - The Belly of the Beast (Tag Lovejoy/Blaze) USS Chernov 2 weeks, 4 days ago View
Science Lab - [C]hecking [B]oxes (Tag SCI) USS Chernov 3 weeks ago View
Sickbay - I Come Bearing Gifts (Tag MED) USS Chernov 3 weeks ago View
Brig - Is It True What They Say About Redshirts? (Tag SEC) USS Chernov 3 weeks ago View
Brig - Is It True What They Say About Redshirts? (Tag SEC) USS Chernov 4 weeks ago View
XO Office – Reporting back for duty USS Chernov 1 month ago View
Brig - Is It True What They Say About Redshirts? (Tag SEC) USS Chernov 1 month ago View
Science Lab - [C]hecking [B]oxes (Tag SCI) USS Chernov 1 month ago View
Sickbay - I Come Bearing Gifts (Tag MED) USS Chernov 1 month ago View
XO Office – Reporting back for duty USS Chernov 1 month ago View
XO Office – Reporting back for duty USS Chernov 1 month ago View

© 1991-2021 STF. Terms of Service

Version 1.12.5